The competition on "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" is heating up, but last night another celebrity was sent packing. After falling into the bottom three, Joey Fatone and partner Kym Johnson were eliminated from the competition.
During Monday night's show, Sabrina Bryan and Louis Van Amstel took home 26 points for their performance, earning them safety and the highest score of the night. At the other end of the spectrum was Bristol Palin and her partner Mark Ballas, who only earned a total of 18 points and put them in jeopardy of being eliminated.
But after the fans' votes were tallied and combined with the judges' scores, Palin found herself safe, and Fatone, Kelly Monaco and Hello Castroneves were suddenly in the hot seats. Unfortunately, Fatone was the one who left the series early, but he kept a positive attitude as he prepared to go.
"For me, I am actually going to a wedding tomorrow, so I don't give a ****. I'm going to have a good time," Fatone laughed. "God bless you guys for your votes. I appreciate it, I respect it, but as long as I had fun, I don't care what your votes say."
Judges came down hard on Fatone for his performance of a 1920s quickstep with Johnson.
"I made a few notes about your performance," said judge Len Goodman. "Poor posture, bad footwork, lost body contact, frame wasn't constant. But I really enjoyed it," he allowed.
"If I suck, I suck. What you gonna do about?" Fatone responded. "I'll miss everybody out here. Everybody was great. I had a great time."
Johnson, however, told the audience she was "disappointed in myself. I honestly felt like Joey and I were going home. I was disappointed in myself-that's the worst feeling, like you haven't done your best."